A feature of the iPhone and iPad that simulates the turning of a page in a book. This has been a hotly contested function in patent suits between Apple and Samsung, a very popular manufacturer of Android devices.
With the first page turn, a pair of eyes and mouth get 'splatted' into a green, tufty blob, to give us our quirky little protagonist, for whom all the subsequent page turns will have pretty sticky consequences.
The page layout in the violin and piano parts could have been better planned: The first two movements in the piano part have easily avoidable page turns, and the only movement in the violin part that is two pages long has an uncomfortable page turn.
When the final page turns and the cover shuts one last time, you will appreciate having read this book, threading together themes of color consciousness, adultery, jealousy and the erosive price of family secrets.